Go to a chain supermarket, and chances are you'll see one type of garlic—maybe two or three if you're lucky. However, there's a mouthwatering slew of Allium sativum out there, far beyond those papery white bulbs most of us encounter at the nearest Stop 'n' Shop. While most re ...more
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Well fret not, frantic dinner party hosts! In this video series, learn how to fold napkins in a variety of fancy, fun, elegant and eclectic ways. Our expert will show you step-by-step napkin folding techniques that’ll you can learn in a few minutes. No guests have arrived yet, ...more
Is your bag of tricks missing a certain essential je-ne-sais-quoi? This free video magic lesson will teach you how to perform a world-class "clock" card illusion, a trick which involves no sleight of hand whatsoever. For a complete overview of this card trick, including step-b ...more
Most people are familiar with the fact that vinegar adds sourness to a dish, in varying degrees from light acidity to puckering acid. However, vinegar can also be used in lieu of salt when seasoning the final touches to sauces, soups, and stews. Hold the Salt—Are You Nuts? I ...more
This tutorial goes over how to perform ni-cho zai. This kata utilizes 2 zai (sais), and the video includes the bunkai, or step-by-step analysis.
Curtis Smith and Jim Sais describe how to choose pansies, chrysanthemums and asters. Pansies are very small plants and they come in different varieties and sizes such as dancing bears . The face of the pansies is very exact and the right fertilizer will cause them to grow succ ...more